Digital self-releases by Gary Fisher
Found In a Skip was formed in 2010 with the intention of becoming a net label releasing an eclectic range of experimental music by contemporary artists. So far it has mostly released albums by it's founder- sound artist and improvisor Gary Fisher.
The facebook group is an open group for sharing and promoting alternative music and sound arts.
Free download releases.
Gary Fisher- Compilation
2007-2013 compilation of experimental tracks from various home and studio projects and releases, some previously unreleased. Instruments, electronics, objects, samples, loops, tapes.
'Various Artists' compilation of experimental sound and music from a selection of specially invited bands and artists. Features drone, noise, field recording, improv, tapes, a load of people drumming in a swimming pool and more.
Gary Fisher- Temporary Structures
A continuous live improvisation in three loose 'movements' each with different combinations of instruments, objects and electronics.
Gary Fisher- Ground Loop Problem
Improvised recordings using various objects and electronics including amplified books, Buddha Machine, FM radio, toy xylophone. Named after a problem with the grounding in the room where it was recorded.
Gary Fisher- Metamorphosis
After the story by Franz Kafka. Building multiple layers of square-wave drones and BBC wildlife tapes.
Gary Fisher- Broken Cymbal Music
Recorded under self-imposed restrictions with a broken cymbal and a limited selection of objects.
Reviewed in Vital Weekly.
Gary Fisher- Live at Womb
Concert recording of first ever live performance. Guitar, objects, drum skin, German language tape.
"That's not how you play a guitar. This is ridiculous."- an unimpressed audience member.
"..sounds like two squid fighting over a rusty bicycle."- Cath Aubergine, reviewer/music journalist.
Gary Fisher- Nervous System
Improvisations with camera, steel tray, tools, plastic bags, tape recorder and tapes. Finishes with the sound of a cassette tape being unraveled.